Contents: 1. Vitamin C Facial 2. Vitamin C Hair 3. Useful properties of ascorbic acid 4. Norma vitamin C 5. Natural sources of ascorbic acid Vitamin C (ascorbic acid) is the most common and most familiar to everyone since childhood vitamin.An interesting fact is that the majority of representatives of the terrestrial fauna this vitamin is produced in the body from ...Continue Reading
Contents: 1. release form 2. pharmacological action of vitamin B9 3. content of vitamin B9 in products 4. Indications folic acid 5. Contraindications to the use of vitamin B9 6. vitamin B9: instruction manual 7. Side effects of vitamin B9 8. Drug interactions 9. main symptoms of deficiency of vitamin B9body vitamin B9 (international name - Folic aci...Continue Reading
Contents: 1. composition and the form of pyridoxine 2. pharmacological action of vitamin B6 3. Where contains Pyridoxine? 4. Indications of vitamin B6 5. Contraindications 6. Dosing 7. Vitamin B6 hair 8. Side effects 9. storage conditions of vitamin B6 vitamin B6 (pyridoxine international name) is important for the development and functioning of the ...Continue Reading
Contents: 1. biological significance of vitamin B5 2. daily requirement for calcium pantothenate 3. Indications of vitamin B5 4. The use of vitamin B5 inampoules and tablets 5. Symptoms of deficiency of vitamin B5 6. content of vitamin B5 in foods 7. Interaction vitamin B5 (pantothenic acid or calcium pantothenate) refers to water-soluble vitamins.It is fo...Continue Reading
Contents: 1. functions in the body 2. Which contains vitamin B3? 3. recommended daily dose of vitamin B3 4. Deficiency of vitamin B3 5. Causes of deficiency of vitamin B3 6. Excess vitamin B3 vitamin B3, also known asniacin, it relates to water-soluble vitamins.It occurs in two forms: in the form of nicotinamide, which is contained in animal products, and nicot...Continue Reading
Contents: 1. properties of vitamin B2 2. How best to get vitamin B2? 3. as riboflavin affect the body? 4. vitamin B2 Compatibility with other vitamins 5. Symptoms of riboflavin deficiency 6. Vitamin B2 in foods second name for vitamin B2, which is familiar to many people, it is riboflavin.Often this vitamin is also called latoflavinom.Without a doubt, this is an...Continue Reading
Contents: 1. Pharmacological properties 2. Application of vitamin B12 3. Dosing and Administration 4. Side effects and contraindications of vitamin B12 5. products with vitamin B12 vitamin B12 - a synthetic analogue of the natural vitamin B12: an essential component, which is involved in hematopoiesis, regulates fat and carbohydrate balance of the body and has a hu...Continue Reading
Contents: 1. Medicinal properties 2. daily requirement 3. vitamin B1 deficiency in the body 4. Sources of vitamin B1 5. The use of vitamin B1 in ampoules 6. Contraindications to the use of vitamin B1 7. interaction with other drugs vitamin B1 (thiamine) refers to water-soluble vitamins.It is necessary for the harmonious flow of the processes of growth and d...Continue Reading
Contents: 1. What are the B vitamins are there? 2. vitamin in the body 3. Features of B vitamins 4. Avoiding hypovitaminosis B? Thanks to Polish scientist Casimir Funk vitamin was discovered in 1912 by B. This vitamin is readily soluble in water.When you receive this vitamin in the body it does not happen "accumulation", the surplus is not deposited in the body.Therefor...Continue Reading
Contents: 1. Vitamin A in food 2. The use of vitamin A products in medicine 3. Vitamin A supplementation for hair 4. Indications 5. Contraindications Vitamin A (retinol) opened one of the first.It is extremely necessary for the human body to maintain good vision, active immune system for maintaining healthy skin.It is therefore important not only to be knowledgeabl...Continue Reading
Contents: 1. What are the B vitamins are there? 2. vitamin in the body 3. Features of B vitamins 4. Avoiding hypovitaminosis B...
Contents: 1. Vitamin A in food 2. The use of vitamin A products in medicine 3. Vitamin A supplementation for hair 4. Indicati...